[Tutor] getting names from other funcs
sigurd at 12move.de
Mon Mar 22 19:08:52 EST 2004
On 22 Mar 2004, kevin parks <- kp8 at mac.com wrote:
> I can't recall how you get to a name in another function. Let's say
> that i have a func called foo and it has certain variables and values
> held in it that i want to grab and use in test():
> def foo(seq):
> '''foo -- makes foo of sequence'''
> output = 
> bob = 32768
> fred = ['a', 6, 'yo mama', 'c']
> return fred
> def test():
> # how can i get access to the names bob and fred in here?
`foo()' should return fred and bob. The alternative would be to use
global variabels which is seldom a good idea.
So you get:
'''foo -- makes foo of sequence'''
output = 
bob = 32768
fred = ['a', 6, 'yo mama', 'c']
return fred, bob
f, b = foo()
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